Jan Dara grows up in a house lacking in love but abundant in lust. He quickly picks up the sinful way of life of the man who married his mother after she became pregnant from being raped.
Rick was kicked out of his home because of his homosexuality, and takes refuge in the home of his friend Mark. Living under the same roof, these youths realize they have more in common than they thought. But will it lead to heartwarming or heartbreak?
Two Japanese boys go on a real-life Manga adventure when they discover what a single night in Shinjuku holds for unwary lovers.
Two women, Qun and Ling, have a peaceful and loving relationship. But Qun’s mother arrive to pay a visit and, not knowing her daughter is a lesbian, tries to arrange boyfriends for her. And Junjun, Ling’s former girlfriend, reappears, after having killed her own father, who abused her.
The film is about a Japanese girl who meets a couple of gay lovers at a restaurant and they lend her their umbrella to shelter her from the pouring rain. But then she becomes obsessed with a strange idea. She is not interested in love or romance or marriage or a one night stand. All she wants is a sample of semen from one of the gay guys so that she can make a baby. A baby is her one desire in life and her desire is so strong she unashamedly puts her request to them.
Wealthy entrepreneur Handong runs a trading company in Beijing. His loyal lieutenant one night introduces him to Lan Yu, a penniless architecture student. Handong enjoys bedding the boy, but doesn’t think of an on-going relationship.
Naomi makes lesbian porn. But it’s not the over-the-top-dumb-dialogue-kind of lesbian porn that guys get off on, so her producers demand a re-shoot. At the same time she’s directing the first lesbian love story for a pseudo-reality TV dating show, with her bubbly Gen-X pal Azusa and an office manager/dominatrix go-go dancer named Miki as the featured couple. All the while, Naomi spends her nights online, confessing her fears and dreams to a gentle, supportive soul known only by her screen name Sugar.
Two college coeds cross paths and quickly experience a connection with each other, but eventually end up separated by tragedy. 17 years later, one of them, now a teacher with a spouse and child, meets a new student who somehow seems hauntingly familiar. But the student is the same sex, and only 17 years old.
In a Japanese high school, a class of adolescent geeks joins the new synchronized swimming teacher and takes up the challenge to take part in the competition, in spite of the mockeries of the “real sportsmen.”